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CONVERSION OF POWER FACTORS - ELECTRICITY
by MANIVANNAN_K on 12/03/04 at 00:58:19

HELLO!  

I HAVE SOME DOUBTS IN CALCULATING ELECTRICITY POWERS. IN INDIA, ELECTRICITY MAY BE CALCULATED IN UNITS. THAT UNITS MAY BE IN KWH,ETC.

  HOW TO CALCULATE/CONVERT THESE INTO VARIOUS UNITS. HOW MANY UNITS ARE THERE FOR ELECTRICITY MEASUREMENTS.

REGARDS,

K.MANIVANNAN


Re: CONVERSION OF POWER FACTORS - ELECTRICITY
by Albert on 12/03/04 at 11:05:55

There are many measurements for electricity, depending on what you want to express.

I'll give some samples:
Potential : Volts
Current: Amperes
Resistance: Ohm
Labour (power of an motor): Watts
Charge: Coulomb
Conductivity: Siemens


Re: CONVERSION OF POWER FACTORS - ELECTRICITY
by Robert Fogt on 12/03/04 at 11:24:18

I think he is looking for information on energy units from his power company bill, not for electricity units.

Use this page here:
[url]http://www.onlineconversion.com/energy.htm[/url]

KWH is kilowatt hour
The most common energy unit is the joule.

1 kilowatt hour = 3,600,000 joule
1 kilowatt hour = 3,600 kilojoule

There are many others on that page.


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